2004-05-14 / Community

P.H.C. Honors Their Nurses of Distinction

P.H.C. Honors Their Nurses of Distinction


Nurse of Distinction Award winner Emmanuella Valmera, RN, told the audience that she “learned from family and friends that nothing was impossible.” Valmera, who has worked at the Peninsula Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation since 1993, became the assistant head nurse in May of 2002.Nurse of Distinction Award winner Emmanuella Valmera, RN, told the audience that she “learned from family and friends that nothing was impossible.” Valmera, who has worked at the Peninsula Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation since 1993, became the assistant head nurse in May of 2002.
Georgia Briss, RN, right, presents Dale Murray, RN, with a Nurse of Distinction Award. Peninsula Hospital Center held its annual spring luncheon honoring their “competent and committed” nursing staff last Wednesday. Briss said Murray, who has been a member of the PHC nursing staff since 1975, “a true bedside nurse.”Georgia Briss, RN, right, presents Dale Murray, RN, with a Nurse of Distinction Award. Peninsula Hospital Center held its annual spring luncheon honoring their “competent and committed” nursing staff last Wednesday. Briss said Murray, who has been a member of the PHC nursing staff since 1975, “a true bedside nurse.”Emergency Room Nurses, from right to left, Claire Rodgers, Jeannie Butler, Kathy Zimmer, Victoria Backus and Bonnie Kearns-Brennan.Emergency Room Nurses, from right to left, Claire Rodgers, Jeannie Butler, Kathy Zimmer, Victoria Backus and Bonnie Kearns-Brennan.

Nurses of Distinction Emmanuella Valmera, RN, second from left and Dale Murray, second from right, flanked by Peninsula officials.Nurses of Distinction Emmanuella Valmera, RN, second from left and Dale Murray, second from right, flanked by Peninsula officials.Marsha Radulov, second from left, was recognized for her contribution to the luncheon’s success. Top row: Lee Carter, Radulov, Anne Levine and Gert Tutundjian. Seated: Sheila Schwartz, left, and Cathy Goldsmith.Marsha Radulov, second from left, was recognized for her contribution to the luncheon’s success. Top row: Lee Carter, Radulov, Anne Levine and Gert Tutundjian. Seated: Sheila Schwartz, left, and Cathy Goldsmith.

Jeol A. Miele Sr., PE, the Chairman of the Board at PHC and PCECR welcomes staff members to the luncheon.Jeol A. Miele Sr., PE, the Chairman of the Board at PHC and PCECR welcomes staff members to the luncheon.Peninsula President and CEO Robert V. Levine told the staff he was proud of Peninsula’s comprehensive diabetes treatment program for adults and children, and their recent designation as the only stroke center in southern Queens.Peninsula President and CEO Robert V. Levine told the staff he was proud of Peninsula’s comprehensive diabetes treatment program for adults and children, and their recent designation as the only stroke center in southern Queens.

Janet Miele-Powers, Senior VP for the PCECR laughing with Narendra Hadpawat, MD.Janet Miele-Powers, Senior VP for the PCECR laughing with Narendra Hadpawat, MD.Former Nursing Director Joan Gomez, second from right, received a surprise award from Joel A. Miele Sr., PE, PHC and PCECR chairman of the board, right. PHC President Robert V. Levine and Vice Chairperson Patte Bogen Roberts joined Miele in honoring Gomez.Former Nursing Director Joan Gomez, second from right, received a surprise award from Joel A. Miele Sr., PE, PHC and PCECR chairman of the board, right. PHC President Robert V. Levine and Vice Chairperson Patte Bogen Roberts joined Miele in honoring Gomez.

Peninsula Director of External Affairs Liz Sulik chats with Joel A. Miele Sr., PE.Peninsula Director of External Affairs Liz Sulik chats with Joel A. Miele Sr., PE.Luncheon Co-Chairs Selma Kaplan, left, Eleanor Cirker, center, and Patte Bogen Roberts together in the Renaissance Grand Ballroom.Luncheon Co-Chairs Selma Kaplan, left, Eleanor Cirker, center, and Patte Bogen Roberts together in the Renaissance Grand Ballroom.

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